Bath Shower Mixer Monobloc Deck Mounted

Bath Shower Mixer Monobloc Deck Mounted
Bath Shower Mixer Monobloc Deck Mounted
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P5-6081509E-BS-E A/3
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INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
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INTRODUCTION
DIMENSIONS
Please read these instructions carefully and keep in a safe place for future reference.
General Installation Requirements.
The installation must comply with regulations of the Local Water Authority as contained in
their bylaws. All of the taps in this range are single flow (the hot and cold water mix in the
body) and should therefore be supplied with hot and cold water at balanced pressures,
both from the tank or both from the mains (via a combination boiler for example). If the taps
are not supplied at balanced pressures then the bath will not function correctly. It will also
be necessary to fit non-return valves on both hot and cold feeds. It is very important that all
pipework is flushed thoroughly after installation to avoid damaging the ceramic discs.
Minimum/Maximum working pressure
These taps are suitable for mid to high pressure installations with a minimum 0.5 bar. They
are fitted with a half turn ceramic disc cartridge which provides a good flow rate with very
smooth movement. The maximum water pressure is 6 bar (note: mains cold water is
normally supplied at between 2 and 3bar). For installations where the mains pressure
exceeds 6 bar a pressure reducing valve should be fitted.
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Φ51
Φ65
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Preparation and byelaw requirements
These taps are single flow so the hot and cold water mix in the body. Water byelaws require
that where the hot water is supplied from a tank and cold from the mains, non return valves
are fitted on both hot and cold pipes as close as possible to the tap. These are not supplied.
Where combination boilers are fitted it is only necessary to shut off the incoming mains and
turn the boiler off and non return valves are not required.
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Approvals
All products are manufactured using materials tested and approved under the Water Bylaws
Scheme and comply with requirements of British Standard 5412:1996 where applicable.
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WARNING
Before installing the new filler it is essential that you thoroughly flush through the
supply pipes in order to remove any remaining swarf, solder or other impurities.
Failure to carry out this simple procedure could cause problems or damage to the
working of the filler.
These hints have been prepared for your guidance, you must exercise due care at all times.
We do not accept responsibility for any problems that may occur through incorrect
installation.
NOTE: ALL DIMENSIONS IN MILLIMETRES
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INSTALLATION
First shut off your water heating system then, with your mains stop cock closed, open the
lowest hot and cold taps in the house and allow to run until the cold storage tank and pipes
are empty (the hot water storage cylinder always remains full).
Fitting isolating valves to the inlet feeds is recommended for ease of maintenance.
HANDLE
SPOUT/SHOWER
DIVERTER
INSTALLATION
Remember to turn off the mains water supply before connecting to any
! existing pipe work.
MIXER BODY
HANDSET
THREADED
STUDS
Screw the flexible pipes into the mixer body, and fully hand tighten. Place mixer in position
to see if any alteration to the existing supply pipework is necessary. After making any
necessary alterations to the pipework, pass the mixer base ring and washer over the
flexible pipes and threaded stud to form a seal on sink top. Pass the tails and fixing stud
through the hole in the basin from above, and place the mixer in position on the basin.
Slide the C-shaped black washer and then the metal retaining plate up the tails and secure
screwing the fixing nut finger tight.
WASHER
SUGGESTED HOLE SIZE ON
BATH TO FIT THIS TAP IS
42MM-45MM
NIPPLE
BATHTUB
RUBBER WASHER
PLASTIC WASHER
NUT
C-SHAPED
WASHER
C-SHAPED
RETAINING PLATE
PLASTIC NUT
NUT
HOSE
WASHER
ADAPTER
FLEXIBLE
PIPES
Check that the mixer body is correctly positioned to the rear and tighten fixing nut. The tap
needs to be fixed firmly but do not over tighten as damage may be caused to the sink.
If using copper tails they will need to be gently turned outwards, then supported
approximately half-way down and turned inwards, making the two pipes parallel again but
further apart thus making room for the couplings to be fitted. It is recommended that 15mm
x15mm compression fittings be used to connect mixer to supply pipes. Hot water should
be connected to the left inlet when the tap is viewed from the front.
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These taps are designed to operate at a wide range of on site pressures.
Pressure reducing valves should be considered by the installer when specific
cascade or projection of water is required in order to achieve functionality
with the bath or basin.
ATTENTION
Having first checked all new connections, turn on the mains stop cock, close all taps
except the new mixer and as the system starts to refill check for leaks.
Once you have satisfied yourself that there are no leaks, switch on the water heating.
WASHER
ADAPTER
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MAINTENANCE
CLEANING THE CARTRIDGE
The concealed cartridge should give
trouble free service, but in the event of any
problems, servicing is straight forward.
To remove the cartridge.
Pull off the cover cap and with an
hexagonal key loosen the screw, but do
not remove it. Pull off the handle and unscrew
the cover & base. Using the correct size spanner
unscrew and remove the retaining nut. Pull
out the cartridge taking note of its orientation.
Wash the cartridge with clean running water
and make sure that any trapped debris has
been removed. Dry and lightly grease the
seal (only use silicone grease) and replace
the cartridge followed by the retaining nut,
cover and handle.
MIXER HANDLE
HEXAGONAL
KEY
COVER
BASE
COVER
CAP
RETAINING
NUT
CARTRIDGE
SPOUT
CLEANING
The chrome and gold plate we use on our taps is very durable, nevertheless care should
be taken when cleaning them. They should be cleaned only with warm soapy water
followed by rinsing with clean water and drying with a soft cloth. All finishes are vulnerable
to acid attack and some strong substances such as household cleaners, disinfectants,
denture cleaners, hair dyes, wine making and photographic chemicals can cause the
surface to go black or peel.
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